2010-10-21 / Community
Chief deputy retiring after 30 years
After more than 32 years of service with the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department, Chief Dep. Marty Rouse has announced that he will retire at the end of the year.
Some of the events he has been involved with include the planning and implementation of the security plan for the Ronald Reagan funeral and unveiling of Air Force One at the Reagan Library. He also has been an incident commander during several major wildfires.
Rouse has a Bachelor of Science degree in administration of justice and a master’s degree in public administration, both from California Lutheran University.
Rouse and his wife, Jane, have been married 30 years and have three children.
His retirement celebration will be Dec. 15 at the Moorpark Country Club. For more information, call Sheriff’s Support Services at (805) 654- 5134.